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Carveth (Rod and Margaret)


Biographical/Historical Note

Rod Carveth first trained dogs during World War II, when he trained German Shepherds as seeing eye dogs for returning, wounded veterans. He and his wife, Margaret, bought their first Doberman Pinscher in 1959. The Carveths began breeding in California under the "Tevrac" kennel name and produced numerous champions and titled dogs. The Carveths' Ch. Ru Mar's Tsushima, C.D., called "Tish," was the top winning dog of any breed in the United States in 1965. Carveth was an active member of the Doberman Pinscher Club of America and the Doberman Pinscher Club of Northern California. He served as Bench Show Chairman of the DPCA's National Specialty and Convention in 1967.

Doberman Pinscher Club of America. National Specialty show catalog, 1969.

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AKD 3.7 Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection

Identifier: AKD-3-7
Abstract The Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection spans from 1887 to present and is a comprehensive record of the Doberman Pinscher breed in America and the club's activities.The collection is arranged into ten series. Club Administration and Governance includes club meeting minutes, secretary's files, officer and committee files, and membership lists, directories, and club yearbooks. The Chapter Clubs series includes records related to the management of chapter clubs, Chapter...
Dates: 1887-2016